Ship Building

ART SMART XR7000 fabric cutter

Over the past couple of months, ART has been heavily involved in the development of an flatbed machine specifically designed for cutting fabrics and vinyls for the blind and awning industry which has required the development of a lot of…

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Why choose ART aluminium routers for ship & boat building

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Cost savings in the manufacture of aluminium ships

Aluminium has been widely used by most marine countries for commercial and naval vessels since the mid 1950s, and numerous current Navy ship classes use substantial amounts of aluminium. While there may have been a time when legitimate concerns existed…

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En Route to Success

Aluminium Dynamics’ decision to bring all its aluminium cutting in-house with the purchase of two Australian-made CNC routers has resulted in improved component quality and efficiency. At sunrise this winter, a new 25-metre vessel will be sighted docking at a…

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Advanced technology for the world’s seas

Replacing plasma cutters with CNC routers has improved production processes in the workshops of a world leading manufacturer of aluminium vessels. Visitors to Austal’s Australian shipyards in Henderson, WA, will notice a substantial change in the arrangement of one of…

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